Student Clubs & Organizations

Providence College offers students the opportunity to participate in more than 100 active clubs and organizations that focus on social, multicultural, political, professional, educational, athletic, community service, and wellness issues.

The PCSB Involvement Fair held during each fall semester allows freshmen and sophomores to talk with representatives from all of the PCSB clubs and organizations and learn more about getting involved.

Below is a current list of PCSB student clubs and organizations.

  • The Providence College Accounting Association is a pre-professional student organization dedicated to preparing students for careers in accounting through networking opportunities with major firms on campus. The organization’s goal is to enable students to build a network among both professionals and other Providence College accounting students that will last them their entire career. The Accounting Association’s events are mainly educational and aim to inform students about the expectations of major firms, as well as leadership, internship, and full-time opportunities in the field. For information contact Diana Greco
  • The American Marketing Association (AMA) is an international organization of 30,000 professionals and students who share a common passion for the field of marketing. The PC chapter offers members the opportunity to build connections with alumni and other marketers, participate in off-campus trips, and expand their marketing IQ by putting classroom learning into practice. The ultimate vision of the club is to assist passionate students on their journey to become successful Friars in the ever-changing business world. For information contact Kathleen Gorman
  • The Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) is the longest standing Latino organization with 48,000+ members assembled in 43 professional and more than 140 student chapters across America. Our vision is to be the premier business organization for expanding opportunities for Latino leadership in the global market. ALPFA would like to extend its membership to all Providence College business students as well as STEM students to enhance their business networking experience. ALPFA invites accounting and financial firms to club events which creates internship opportunities fro Providence students. In addition, we have interactive events that engage students and give members an insight into certain fields. For information contact Ronal Peralta
  • Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) is the premier honor society for institutions that have strived for and achieved accreditation through AACSB International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Since its founding in 1913, BGS has inducted more than 700,000 outstanding students into membership worldwide. The top ten percent of juniors by cumulative grade point average are inducted into the honor society. The PCSB BGS executive board plans programs and events to foster personal and professional excellence and to advance the founding values and principles of the society — honor and integrity, pursuit of wisdom, and earnestness. For information contact Lauren Viveiros
  • The Business Ethics Club is an organization aimed at exposing the ethical virtues in the business world. Case competitions will be held to help students identify ethical issues in the real world and work together to form a solution. Speakers will be held in-person to share their experiences and to provide insight on ethical practices. Additionally, training will be held to give students the skills and background to deal with ethical issues. The goal of this club is to foster a culture of ethical behavior so that students can prepare for the business world and any challenges they may face in the future. For more information contact Matthew Emmer at
  • Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) is the nation’s largest and first co-ed professional business fraternity that encourages personal and professional development of men and women pursuing careers in business.  Delta Sigma Pi prepares business students for successful professional careers, and instills values of service and principled leadership.  The Providence College chapter of Delta Sigma Pi invites School of Business students and faculty to engage in professional, service, scholastic, and social events. Students must be declared first-year, sophomore, or junior business majors in good academic standing. For information contact Kathryn Ernst
  • The Providence College Entrepreneurship Society is the largest club in the school and was formed for the go-getters, the inventors, and the game changers. This society aims to help students establish an understanding of entrepreneurship through real life examples and guest speakers. We believe that students can gain valuable information through highly accomplished entrepreneurial speakers who have either started their own company or work for a startup. We not only bring in entrepreneurs, but also many other speakers with marketing, accounting, management, and finance backgrounds. The society also aids current entrepreneurial students who need help with their startup or finding job opportunities by connecting them with alumni and our societies connections. We highly encourage undecided first year students to join our society because you will get a better understanding of all the business majors and future job ideas. For information contact Shayne Tyrer
  • The Providence College Finance Society provides an environment where students can apply what they have learned from past experience and what they have learned in the classroom in a structured forum. This society is meant to be all encompassing across the broad spectrum of interests within the financial services industry. Members will be exposed to speakers and companies in the industry, take an active role in the organization by way of weekly meetings, and will be given the chance to network with their peers and professionals. The ultimate goal of the PCFS is to promote a culture in which members are engaged with each other, the society, and the greater financial services industry. As of 2019, the Blockchain Club and the Real Estate Club have been added as sections of the Finance Society for students who are interested in developing a better understanding of these segments of the finance industry. More recently, the Risk Management Club has been added to the Finance Society. In addition, the Finance Society has launched the Student-Led Asset Management (SLAM) Program. SLAM allows students to learn – hands-on, in real time – how to invest across different classes of assets, including equity, fixed income, and alternatives. For information contact Alyssa Fitzgerald
  • The International Business Club aims to enhance participants’ knowledge of the international business world across all industries and aids them in their venture to become cosmopolitan business leaders. The IBC provides participants an opportunity to integrate themselves directly into the learning curve of the rapid globalization of today’s markets. This will be accomplished through guest speakers, international simulation competitions, and cultural exposure. For information contact Kate McDonald,
  • The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) is a national nonprofit membership association in the accounting, finance and related business professions. NABA advances people, careers, and the mission by providing education, resources, and meaningful career connections to both professional and student members, fulfilling the principle of the motto: Lifting As We Climb. The Providence College chapter of NABA would like to invite membership to all Providence College students to engage in club events, national and regional conferences, and building their professional network. For information contact Michaela Joseph,
  • The Student Advisory Board (SAB), established by the PCSB in 2013, is a collaborative effort between student leaders and the PCSB Dean’s Office to maximize the value of the undergraduate experience within the School of Business. The SAB is composed of students of the respective PCSB clubs and organizations. Members meet monthly, and student leaders will have opportunities to share event ideas and coordinate with one another. SAB organizes events with PCSB, for example, a school-wide barbecue to celebrate the end of the school year. These events bolster the School of Business community environment, which is further improved by SAB when it acts as a sounding board for student concerns on campus.
  • The PCSB Student Mentor Program’s mission is to give back to the Friar Family and help underclassman business majors through their academic and social transition while promoting Providence College’s core values of enhancing academic excellence, building lifelong relationships, and increasing overall institutional effectiveness. The ultimate goal of the PCSB Student Mentor Program is to provide peer-to-peer support for new business majors. For information contact Shannon Tominey,
  • The Providence College Women in Business is a professional organization that aims to foster a women’s network of undergraduates, faculty and alumni in order to pursue their business endeavors. As a community, we are dedicated to bringing students together with a common goal, to gain confidence in order to be successful women in business. Providence College Women in Business is committed to the growth and expansion of professional and personal opportunities for its members, with a focus on business, leadership and female empowerment. For information contact Skylar Myrtetus,